- Some questions frequently asked by houseowners : how to obtain paid work as a private investigator in california before eligible for license?
♥ what are some of the most effective, professional ways of going about obtaining private investigative paid work & experience, when we do not yet have the work experience to be a licensed private investigator in california? i am just starting up in alabama as a private investigator, doing basic cases, after learning through and passing l. scott harrells online private investigator course, reading up on as many quality books, online articles and related as i can find. and i successfully completed my first case by locating a person who fled the state to avoid prosecution for stealing a large amount of money from the elderly person she was working for. at some point in near future i would like to move back to california and work as a private investigator, which seems to require working for a licenses p.i. in california?. but i have yet to find clear articles explaining how or where to obtain work under a private investigator, especially for the san francisco bay area which is where i would be moving back to in next year or so. and i have never been a police officer or in the military, so that deduction of time spent working as an intern does not apply to me. can't what? i know we do not have to be a police officer or in related field to become a private investigator. i am not referring to or interested in police, law enforcement or related fields. just private investigations. there is simply no other yahoo answers category which seemed closer to private investigations subject to ask this yahoo question in. but my interest is only to work as a private investigator, nothing to do with police, sherriff, deputy, detective, etc. thank you for your answer nick. that was helpful. it does seem a bit like a catch-22 situation - in order to be viewed as more employable we need experience working for a licensed private investigator. but in order to obtain this experience we need to be hired to work under an established, licensed private investigator. i am continuing to read online and print publications on various p.i. related subjects, laws, techniques, etc.. am currently taking another online course for "bounty hunting" / fugitive recovery to learn a bit more, although that is not likely a specialty i want to focus on. will be taking more online courses, perhaps from s2 institute http://www.s2institute.com/content/_pages_s2online/onlinecourses.php on surveillance, ethics and law, interviewing & report writing and other courses.is this a strongly written professional resume? any feedback is fine?
♥ rebekkah dedicated customer focused administrative professional offering significant experience in self-directed position requiring effective support, secretarial, and administrative abilities. proven interpersonal, communications, and multi-tasking skills. adaptable team player recognized for willingness to learn and teach newly acquired skills. qualifications: • 3 yrs. of administrative experience in a health care setting, handling multi-faceted clerical tasks . • exceptional ability to communicate effectively with staff, patients, and public. • ability to translate from english to spanish. • proficient in microsoft word and excel. • first aid/cpr certified from american red cross education: bachelor’s of arts- psychology california state university dominguez hills concentration courses: behavior modification, abnormal psychology, case management functions. professional experience: residential treatment facility, bayfront youth and family services administrative secretary, 2006- present • provided administrative support to all departments. maintained department calendar. • compiled statistical data for monthly and quarterly reports. • managed legal and medical documents and billing for ceo/administrator. • audited charts for the unit. attended utilization review meetings. accomplishments: created and organized an information center for our department. results: better access to information, and less time searching for it. employee of the month- june. 2008, nov. 2009. commended for being a team player in intiating a team effort to help resolve a work unit crisis with our clients. psychiatric hospital, kedren community mental health center case manager- children’s outpatient, 2005-2006 • worked with at-risk youth and their families to help minimize their defiant behavior youth were exhibiting. • translated for spanish speaking clients. maintained progress notes in clients charts. • provided referrals to clients in housing, education, mental health, and medication services. • handled and resolved more than 20 cases of families in providing family stabilization and re-unification. accomplishments: provided outstanding services to both clients and departments during our audit survey. level 14 group home h.v. group home, inc. youth counselor, 2004-2005 • counseled juveniles with behavior problems and promoted the safety and well being of adolescents. • taught groups on life skills, anger management, and positive self-image. • charted and filed notes for social workers and probation department. accomplishments: received “employee of the month” for taking on more responsibilities of other employees and intervening in a crisis situation with a client. received high performance evaluations from supervisors for exhibiting leadership and excellent work ethic.i need some help topic- successful with working from home?
♥ okay, i'm new to submitting a question on yahoo. i'm a full-time stay @home mother. as of two years ago. i have 3 children with one in school and one starting this next august. i'm so eager to get back to work out of my house. i was in the medical field and it was just cheaper to stay at home because daycare is do darn expensive! anyway, i want to see if there are any mothers out here that have been successful with "working" from home. not wanting to sell marykay or whatever. i'm talking about marketing or using the internet.posting things or whatever the case might be. i'm a go getter. i keep myself active all day!! house,dinner,yard! i'm one hell of a house wife. lately, i'm so ready to start looking for something eles i can keep busy at. at the same time making money. i am a committed woman in everything i do. my husband is a successful branch manager has been at his company for 14 years. i'm just wanting to feel better about myself and wish someone could give me a shot at doing some online or whatever work for them. if anyone has any ideas for me that isn't a scam or bull please feel free to email me. thankscollege help! please!?
♥ i don't know who to ask cause i don't know anyone that's in the same situation as me. ok so. i graduated high school in the philippines last year, 2010. but then i migrated here in the u.s. i brought all my documents and diplomas. some colleges are telling me that they should assess me first if i should go back to high school or continue on becoming a college student. then some said that as long as i graduated high school and i have a diploma, it's okay. so .??? im planning to take up graphic design or advertising arts. or anything on that field of profession. then my cousin said (she grew up here) that i should take up "general education" for two years then once i got that. that's when ill take the program i want? lol im not really sure if i make any sense. but i have no idea how to go back to school again since my education got messed up in the process of moving here (in the us) err. just please tell me what to do so i could go back to school again.im totally lost. i just want to study and end up as a graphic designer. d:job with animals thats not a veterinarian? and make some money?
♥ i love animals. i would prefer to work with domestic animals, but any is fine with me! i would also like to make a decent living because i want to open an animal sanctuary sometime in the future, and have a family and animals of my own. i need a plan.. i definitely cannot be a vet though. i cannot take sick animals day after day, i would probably cry more than help them :/ i was thinking.. -animal welfare lawyer -eye seeing dog instructor any *unique* ideas? not just "zoo-ologist" or "pet shop owner", thanks.